Preeti ShenoySlice of life: End of unhappiness A54-year-old plastic surgeon, Dr Ashok Raj Koul, who is known for advanced surgeries like such as reconstruction of breast and Brachia Plexus injuries, committed suicide on Thursday by jumping off the
Ranjit BhushanFifth Columnist: Nowhere to go Barely half-an-hour into the counting of votes in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, it became clear that it was not going to be a repeat of the Bihar assembly elections of 2015.
DC PathakSpy’s eye: Getting radicalised The fears of the world community about Pakistan becoming a state that fomented faith- based terror are coming true.
Ananda MajumdarRuminations: WALKING ON A THIN EDGE A social media post doing the rounds says, with some anger: “Tunday kebab not available for one hour got much more media attention than Kashmiri Pandit’s (sic) got for their 27 years of exodus from ho
Sandeep BamzaiDisequilibrium: BLOOD, GORE & GUTS The battle to control India's coal capital - Dhanbad - has just taken a turn for the worse and become hot button all over again.
Payal DharGizmo Geek: Making homes bigger on the inside Fans of the sci-fi TV show Doctor Who mostly envy the Doctor for his time- and space-hopping capabilities.
Advaita KalaMoodindigo: Privilege Check The last time Ravindra Gaikwad was in trouble he was part of a group of 11 MPs, who stormed into the cafeteria at Delhi’s Maharashtra Sadan and stuffed rotis into the mouth of the manager, to display
Shubha SinghDiplomatic Enclave: Indus Issue India and Pakistan held their annual consultations on the Indus river waters last week; the Permanent Indus Commission did not discuss contentious issues but concentrated on “routine” matters on the i
Kriti JainRISKFACTOR: Being heard & respected I am soon going to start teaching a group of lawyers and another group of business professionals. Issues of fairness and justice is something we often discuss.
Ritwik MukherjeeEmami Cement commissions grinding plant Emami Cement, an arm of the Rs 50,000-crore Emami Group, has commissioned its Rs 700-crore, 2 million tonne per annum (mtpa) cement grinding plant at Panagarh in Burdwan, West Bengal.